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These are the Best Dressed Men of the 2018 Oscars

From velour jackets to double-breasted suits.
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Red carpets have been a place for celebrities to make a statement—and especially on one as improtant ast the Oscars. Some stars opted to push the bounds with colorful velour dinner jackets, while others kept it straightforward in tried-and-true tuxes. Here are the best looks of this year.


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Mahershala Ali
There's something about an all-black foundation to an outfit that makes anything (like a gren jacket) look cool. Something about Mahershala Ali, too.

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Ansel Elgort and Violetta Komyshan
For a formal event, you can't gow rong with dark green—an easy alternative to black or navy.

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Armie Hammer
The red carpet-approved version of Hammer's beloved Adidas tracksuit.

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Timothee Chalamet
If you're going to all off-white, this is exactly how to do it. Those pants! These shoes! That hair!

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Chadwick Boseman
An all-black look keeps any risks grounded. Chadwick Boseman played with silver detailing on his long-hem jackeet and boots.

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Kumali Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon
Kumali kept it easy in fitted black, and topped it off with understated loafers.

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Common
Common is an old reliable when it comes to well-done classics on the red carpet.

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Daniel Kaluuya
Daniel Kaluuya perfected the red carpet style risk with a perfectly tailored dinner jacket in an orange-y brown. Claps all around. In Tod's shoes.

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Tom Holland
If there were an oppurtune time for a double-breasted suit, it would be now. In Hermès.

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Jordan Peele
Jordan Peele's slightly off-white jacket strays the norm just a bit—but enought to keep it sharp.

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Lakeith Stanfield
Lakeith Stanfield, looking as cool as ever. In sustainable Ermenegildo Zegna Couture.

This story originally appeared on Esquire.com. Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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